Does the City replace meters on a schedule?

The City changes out residential water meters with new meters on a ten- to fifteen-year cycle. This is because meters run slow as they age; to assure accuracy of billings we have to change them out. When meters age, they typically run slow or stop running completely. If the City did not regularly replace the meters, we would need to test all residential meters as they age to ensure they were operating within standards.

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1. What to do if I think my water meter is not reading my water consumption correctly?
2. Can I monitor my water usage?
3. Where can I find and pay my utility bill online?
4. Do you offer autopay?
5. Why does the city let water flow from the fire hydrants?
6. Is it the homeowner’s responsibility to repair water leaks and broken pipes?
7. Does the City replace meters on a schedule?
8. I have a water leak. What is my responsibility and what is the City’s responsibility?
9. Why is my water off?
10. Why is my water cloudy?
11. Can the City use water revenues to pay for anything? Like buying a fire truck or building a road?
12. How does Celina calculate winter wastewater rates?